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UPPER HUTT WARRIORS HOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 15 June 1939
UPPER HUTT WARRIORS HOCKEY CLUB.
The First Division junior team of the above club went" under to Hutt Juniors, by two goals to one on Sat- urday last, after a willing game on a heavy ground. Although some of the players are - improving in their game each week "there is still plenty of room for improvement. The Second. Division team, al- though not at. full strength, were successful in defeating Technical by two goals to one. For the winners ' Sutherland and -Murray, backs, were outstanding. McMahon was also in good form between the sticks. Of the forwards Grigg was first .choice, 'scoring both goals for the Warriors Club. The Third Division team went un- der to a vastly superior team in Varsity .by 4 —l. This team is com- posed of entirely new players, with the exception of J. Williams and J. Stewart. Williams at. centre forward play- ed his usually good game and scored the only goal for his side. Stewart at right' back played a great de- fensive • game,, , and was ably sup- p...
UPPER HUTT LADIES’ HOCKEY. SENIOR B. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 15 June 1939
UPPER HUTT LADIES’ HOCKEY.
Upper Hutt O.Gk 4. • In' a most exciting and thrilling match the local girls were unlucky not to defeat- College Old GirK tV championship leaders, at Maid- stone Park on Saturday. Within five minutes of the open- ing bully College had scored, then Upper Hutt were hammering at the College goal, M. Fuller and L. McCrea narrowly missing with good , shots from the circle edgy. .Then College, broke away down the left wing and after some good passing scored again. Half-time resulted, College 2—Upper Hutt 0. On resuming Upper Hutt at- tacked from the start and soon had their first- goal- from a good cen- tre byM. Fuller,. J. Marshall fin- ishing off a good shot by follow- ing in and scoring. ~Then A. Tisdall scored for Up- per Hutt., Upper .Hutt 2—Col- lege 2. College then fought hard and scored- again ; »3—2: .-Then J. Mar- shall secured two more goals, and' with three -minutes to go Unper Hutt led—4—3.' College were now desperate and hamme...
JUNIOR A. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 15 June 1939
Upper Hutt'l—Petone Tech. O.G. . . 0. A decided all round improve- ment was shown in this team on Saturday. The forwards are learn- ing the ' art of passing, but they •must shoot harder and oftener,
F. Eales is a tower oi strength, in the halves, and saved her side time and again by her untiring play.
SPORTING FIXTURES. FOR THE WEEK END. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 15 June 1939
FOR THE WEEK END.
RUGBY. : f Upper Hutt Juniors v, Training College, Maidstone Park, No. i; 2.45 p.m. J. S. King. Upper .Hutt Thirds v. Miramar, Quinn's Post, No. 2.45 p.m"; B. F. Berry. ' Upper Hutt Fourths v. Oriental, Maidstone Park," No: 2, 2.45 p.m.. J. P. Brown. . Upper Hutt. Fifths v. College Old BOys, Wilford School, 1.15 p.m. W., Robertson: ; . - ■"■-. ■ ■"- \: -
WOMEN’S DIVISION OF THE FARMERS’ UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 15 June 1939
WOMEN’S DIVISION OF THE FARMERS’ UNION.
■'-: The-Upper Hutt branch of the Women's Division- of the Farm- ers'> Union held its meeting re- cently at the home of Mrs. Jag- ger, of Mahgaroa.'. A gpqd at- tendance of members was present. In the absence of; Mrs Hawthorne (President), the meeting; was pre; sided over by Mrs Morris :(Tice-- President). . , : ' All members stood irt silence-as a mark of' respect to the late li.rs Henry . Whiteman : and Mrs J. Swahsoii; A Mrs W. Clifford gave a very interesting demonstration on how.to make .wool rugs. The hostesses f or : . the - afterno oh were Mesdames Biirrell and Jagger.
UPPER HUTT WOMEN’S INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 15 June 1939
UPPER HUTT WOMEN’S INSTITUTE.
The meeting :of the Upper Hutt Women's Institute' which washeici on June 6th was very. well attended, Mrs Spencer, president, being in the chair.?: '■•'.. - ■- ." -:- ■ ."■'■'. A discussion was held and sugges- tions were made as to some method of those desirous of obtaining a khowledge-of'what to do in the case of c sudden air-raid. Three members were the recipients of 'birthday presents. A roll-call, "The b/est thing I can say about Upper Hutt,'' elicited many of the charming qualities Of the" district. During the afternoon Mr A. M. Richards, M.A. Dip. J., who was pre- sent in order to- arange W.E.A, class- es gave. a short but most interesting, travel" talk. ; ■;..;.'' The competitions : for the montlr resulted as follows. Three parsnips, Mrs Guley 1, Mrs Marshall 2; ; ginger cake, Mrs- Marshall 1». Mrs Williams'. 2; thrift article, Mrs Marshall IV Mrsi Williaihsi 2. ;?. • .' Afternoon tea was .served; by the hostesses, and the singing ofHhe Na...
WALLACEVILLE WOMEN’S INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 15 June 1939
WALLACEVILLE WOMEN’S INSTITUTE.
The monthly meeting of the Wallaceville Women's Institute was held recently and,largely at- tended. Mrs Hopkirk (President) was in the chair. A report of the Coun- cil meeting, held at Taita, was. read by Mrs Watt. The Institute Choir, under the leadership of Mrs Wallis, rendered an excellent item,
A great deal of interest was taken - in an exhibition of hand- crafts done by members. There was a great variety and all was very much admired. The competi- tion ( eggless gingerbread) was won by Mrs Ching, Mrs Morley be- ing second. Music -and afternoon 0 . tea brought a pleasant afternoon to a close. ;''■■.
FREE AMBULANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 15 June 1939
The Wellington Free Ambulance . will shortly be holding a dance in the district (look out for further an- nouncement) and.it is hoped the people will support it in every way possible. The reason why such support should be forthcoming is that, during the year ending March 31st, 1939, the following numbers of patients were transported by this humane or- ganisation free of .cost to the patients: Upper Hutt 109, Trentham 103, Silverstream > 65, Wallaceville 64, Heretaunga 22, Mangaroa 5, Maori Bank. 4, and Te Marua 3. ■ Compare this with the former con— ditiohs when the cost of an lance from Upper Hutt to Welling- < ton was £2/10/-, therefore it is for everyone to support such a dance to raise funds for such a worthy As- sociation.
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 15 June 1939
"(To the Editor.) Sir, —I feel bound to reply to- the would be "slating" given me in the last issue of the"Leader* by your correspondents D. A. Griffin and J. C. Benge, by which I was taken to task for expressing my personal opinion in your paper. .' I see no reason whatever why I should not have written in sup- port of Mr Keys as a candidate for the Mayoralty, and I think I am justly entitled to express my '' own . opinions'' just where and, when I please, and I also claim to be the best judge as to just how' much these opinions interest the public. ■ " fr The jibe at me as the "Official Reporter" of the Ratepayers' and Citzeris' Association hardly ,does % these correspondents credit; for it is very often convenient' to cer- tain members of a committee to have a "Gunner" to "fire the shots," and T feel sure that only those members of the public who • felt a little sore perhaps, would associate my remarks as being the" opinion of any committee or pub- lic body ...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 22 June 1939
Upper Hutt Leader.
PROVINCIAL HOTEL UPPER HUTT T. Fisher (Proprietor.)- Good Wines, Spirits and Beer in Stock. FIRST CLASS DINING ROOM.
THE GEANGE CARRYING CO. LTD. WHOLESALE dealers & CARRIERS. Daily Service to Wellington. Lime, Cement and Bricks Supplied. Telephones: ■-'...- t Upper Hutt No. 76. Wgton. 42-044.
T. RUSSELL & EONS, Ltd. BUTCHERS MAIN ROAD UPPER HUTT. One Quality Only THE BEST. Phone 258. Daily Deliveries.
. LEN. BENGE MOTOR ENGINEER Repairs to all makes of Cars. Battery Charging. Ace. Welding. Break Down Service. Repairs to all makes of Cars. Tyres and Oils Stocked. Phone 40M. UPPER HUTT.
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THURSDAY, JUNE 22nd, 1939.
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THE LABOUR PARTY PROUDLY ANNOUNCES The CANDIDATURE OF Orien Plummer [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 22 June 1939
THE LABOUR PARTY PROUDLY ANNOUNCES The CANDIDATURE OF Orien Plummer
Li-dies and Gentlemen, The Labour Party's Election . Committee have the greatest pride and pleasure,, in submitting to you, the candidature of Mr. Crien Plummer the energetic and capable Secretary of the Upper Ifutt'Branch of the New Zealand Labour Party. Mr. Plummer has
given outstanding arid un stinted service to the Labour Party and his fellow citizens, over a period of many years, as the following will disclose. Mr. Plummer. is posessed of a sound secondary school education. He" is a member of the Upper Hutt Male Voice Choir.
Secretary of Local, Branch of the Labour Party since its. in- ception (7 years). - ./ Delegate to Wairarapa Labour Representation Committee (5 years). "Wairarapa Labour Representation Committee's delegate to Annual Labour Conference (3 years), being elected Assistant Con- ference Secretary 1937. - / - .;■- ■_■'-.; ; • Organising Secretary. 1935 and 1938, General' Election ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 22 June 1939
UPPER HUTT BRANCH NEW ZEAIAND LABOUR PARTY GRAND DANCE MAJESTIC THEATRE ON • • . THURSDAY, JULY 6th, 1939 HARRY AVERY'S ORCHESTRA. DANCING B—l2. ADMISSION: -. ' ■■?■>. ■■■'-.-••• : .GENTS. a/« EXCELLENT SUPPER. LADIES- 2/- DANCE , , -v.-, V. : •• DANCE HANDING OVER CEREMONY LOCAL TERRITORIAL PLATOON T!he Above Ceremony and Dance WILL BE HELD ON THURSDAY, JUNE 29th, 1939 , AT THE ' THEATRE, 8 P.M. SUNSHINE ACCORDEON BAND. LADIES 2/-. GENTS 2/6 SPECTATORS FOR CEREMONY ONLY, ADMISSION 6d. ROLL UP AND SHOW YOUR APPRECIATION TO THE BOYS.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 22 June 1939
FIRE SALE . .FIRE SUCCESSFUL TENDER FOR, DRAPERY AND HARDWARE STOCKS SA|VAGED FROM WELLINGTON'S "I COMES TO UPPER HUTT TO SECURE A DIVERSITY OF BARGAIN LINES THIS SALE IS TO BE INCORPORATED WITH OUR USUAL WINTER SALE. LIMITED QUANTITIES — SALE PRICES TO BE WITHDRAWN WHEN SALVAGED STOCKS become exhausted. Everything To Be Sold for CASH Sale Commences on MONAY 26th June at 9a.m. HARDWARE & SUNDRY. Ax;e, Handles. , . Dairy Scrubs.. . , Solvol Soap, r .; /'; • *'ideal." < Usually 2/9. . Usually 2/-. ■! nr.i ■ t ' Usually 6<L ■ Galvanised Buckets " Sale Price 1/4 Sale' Price 1/6| ' , a Price 4d. 11 inch and 12 inch. Scythe Handles. Rope Lines. Lux Toilet ©oap. Usually 2/6 and 3/-. Usually 8/6. ' Usually 6d. & lOd. Usually 4|d. Sale Price lOJd & 1/1 Sale Price 4/11 Sale Price 2Jd & 4|d. Sale Price 3d. Corn Brooms. Hammer Handles. Tether Ropes. ' Lux, large* . No. 1 & No. 3. Usually 2/6 Usually 9d Usually 1/9 with free'Tcnitting book. and 3 Qai. Dvi,. * T i/« \ ' ...
UPPER HUTT BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 22 June 1939
UPPER HUTT BOROUGH COUNCIL.
Election of One Councillor East Ward to fill Extra- ordinary Vacancy. PURSUANT to the provisions of the Local Elections and Polls Act, 192 5 and its amendments, I HERE- BY GIVE NOTICE that an election will be held on Wednesday, 12th July, 1939, for the purpose of elect- ing one Councillor for East Ward of the Borough ,of Upper. Hutt I hereby appoint the Council Of- fices, Main Road, Upper Hutt, as the place, and Friday 30th day of June, 1939, before noon, as the day for the nomination of candidates for such Office. Nominations must be made oh ihe prescribed form obtainable from the • undersigned and must be accom- panied by a deposit of three pounds at Upper Hutlt this 14th day of June. 1939. B. M. WILMSHURST, Returning Officer for'the Borough oft ' t Upper 'Hutt. '
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 22 June 1939
UPPER HUTT BOROUGH COUNCIL. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE RATES. IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Hutt" Borough Council pro- poses at a Special' Meeting to be herd on Thursday,, 6th s July, 19 39 at 7.30 p.m. at the Council Chambers, .Upper Hutt* to make- and levy under the of the Municipal Corporations Act, 1933, the Rating Act, 1925, and all other Acts and Amendments enabling i'irin that behalf, the following rates for the period commencing the Ist day of April, 1939, and ending, oh the 31st day of March, 1940. >.:. ' CONSOLIDATED RATES EAST AND WEST WARDS. Af consolidated rate under .provisions of Section 96 of the Municipal Corporations Act, 1933 or twelve and one eighth pence irt the £ oh all rateable unimproved value of the East Ward and thirteen* and three-eighths pence in the.£ on all the rateable unimproved value of the West Ward. WATER RATE EAST AND WEST WARDS. A separate water charge .under the provisions of section 82 of 'the Municipal Corporations Act, 1933 of one half penny i...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 22 June 1939
ANNUAL MEETING UPPER HUTT PI7UNKET SOCIETY PLUNKET ROOMS , Wednesday, June 28th, * 8 p.m. Presentation of Annual Report and Balance Sheet. —Election of Officers and Committee.' Public are invited to attend. FRANCES'ROGERS, Hon. Secretary. THE HOME OF COMPASSION, SILVERSTREAM PRESENTS AT THE MAYFAIR THEATRE "CLOISTERED," SUNDAY, JUNE 25th, 1939 AT 8 P.M, ppULTRY —9 Ducks, 6 Drakes, 5 ,- f Hens and 6 Roosters. All young birds iri lay. Prices £3 the lot. Ap- ply 8 5 6;... "Leader." ]?O'R Range, H.r. boiler, rightr-hand oyeix. Write 255, Office. v
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Upper Hutt Leader — 22 June 1939
Imayfair 8 P.M FRIDAY FRIDAYS P.M. (1) AKIM TAMIROFF FRANCES FARMER ESCAPE FROM YESTERDAY A ruthless Tyrant—Ruler of all within reach of his whip—but he could not rule their Hearts. (2) BARBARA STANWICK HEfNRY FONDA THE MAD MISS MANTON ■What Laughs! What Mystery! What Excitement!' A Debutante turns Detective-—Solves the Murder of . the Year—-and ••meets;]^mj^jße. , -j -. 1 '*0 0 # <•- + '# •# ♦ ♦ ♦ A # J # # # A A # A' # # < # o a A A a~a a a a a a a" a a 4>— a a 6 * B 2 p.m. 8 p.m. SATURDAY 2 p.m. 8 p.m. 8 p.m. Evening MONDAY . Evening 8 p.m. With great pleasure we present something new in Week-end Entertainment. Book early because it's Laughter week-end dc luxe at the Mayfair—Two Top Grade Comedies on one Bill. STAN LAUREL OLIVER HARDY BLOCKHEADS , The last picture these monarchs of mirth made before dissolving a famous partnership. The" war was over 20 years but the forgotten Private Stan Laurel still held the trench — One Thousand laughs packed into- an hour of hilariou...